Hi All, I have a primary care doctor that refuses to make a ME/CFS diagnosis or refer me to a ME/CFS specialist. He thinks it's a throw-away diagnosis and that seeing a specialist would just be wasting my money. I would just find a new doctor but I think he is actually a good PCP otherwise. Caring, listens, just not a "believer". So I'm wondering if I should try to convince him of the biophysical abnormalities (and treatments) of CFS. I suspect all he knows is what little he's heard since graduating med school 15 - 20 years ago. Is there a good, concise document or paper that I could show him that might change his opinion? I was considering asking him to watch Anthony L. Komaroff's (Harvard M.D.) recent presentation The Latest Research on CFS, which convinced my (formerly) non-believing relative with a science background. Any suggestions?